Our wedding packages are designed to get the most out of your day, We offer a relaxed and friendly service that captures the fun and atmosphere of your day as well as giving you beautiful photographs. We also believe in letting you be in control of the time spent on formal photographs. Its your day. Scroll to the bottom of the page for more Info

  • Part or full day coverage
  • USB drive of images
  • At least 500 high resolution printable images
  • Password Protected Online Gallery
  • Relaxed style of photography
  • Free wedding consultation
  • Special Offers available through Hitched and Pencoed House

Full Day Wedding Photography £1450.00


Per Hour wedding photography £150.00 per Hour


Additional Photographer £250.00


Wedding albums start at £350.00


Engagement shoot £175.00

Our family and baby shoots collections start with a meeting to talk about what you're looking for and how we can get great photos for you. The session will be relaxed and fun and with babies and children I try to spend some time getting to know them so they can really be at their best.


Portraits start at £150.00 and up and our collections include:

  • 1 hours on location, indoor or outdoor session time.
  • Fully edited images from the session that are ready to print
  • Free online gallery on request
  • Framing, printing and books available

Portraits Start at £150.00

family photography
dr who centre

We shoot all kinds of commercial photography, from buildings to people to events and products. Our rates will vary greatly depending upon the project, please contact us for inquiries regarding any specific photography needs with your business.

  • Location work throughout South wales and South West England
  • Images sent via file transfer
  • Quick turnaround
  • Free consultation

Prices available upon request

With a background in theatre and theatre lighting I love photographing productions in the rehearsal room or on the stage at the dress rehearsal stage. These images are great for advertising the show as well as giving strong photographs of the hard work and technical expertise put into the production.


Production photography starts at £150 and includes:

  • Time on location at the rehearsal room or theatre
  • Fully edited and ready to print set of images without watermarks
  • Free Online gallery for cast and crew available on request
  • Fast turnaround to suit your schedule

Sessions start at £150.00

theatre photography
theatre photography

I have worked with various companies and organisations in the Arts industry to create images for marketing campaigns and live events. I work closely with the company to create striking images that fit your brief and go beyond it.

  • No minimum or maximum coverage
  • Set of fully edited images
  • Retouching or changes included if needed
  • Fast turnaround to suit your schedule

Prices available on request

Great photo or was I just lucky?

bride and groom in space

This photo, taken at The Barn at Brynich, was pretty much my last wedding shot of 2021 and when I saw it in camera I was blown away by the look of it and at moments like these I usually gasp a little and try not to over sell it to the clients! Its a natural trope of many photographers to speak whilst shooting to show the clients that what you are creating is something that they love but when moments like this happen I try to temper what I am saying in case they do not agree with me or are expecting something different! So was I lucky in getting this photo or was it great vision and technique on my part?

The answer is a bit of both to be honest and that is the same in many of my photographs. This is the nature of photographing people and working in enviroments where I cannot control the whole scene like I could do in a studio. When photographing people the feeling and ‘value’ of that photo can change massively with the subject and how they are and how they respond. I tend to gravitate towards laughter and emotion, although sometimes if the right is light then that can help make a great photo when the emotion is not as strong. So YES I do rely on lots of luck when shooting to get wedding images that people love but the harder I work at finding images the more luck I tend to feel I get.

I often say to clients (and I 100% believe it) that I can only shoot what is in front of me and that photos showing the joy of a wedding day can only be taken IF people are having a great time. I will, obviously, not photograph all the boring bits of the day and will condense all the good bits into a set of images but I cannot fake fun and joy. Therefore I have to be lucky to get many images as I am so reliant on spontanious actions and fun to make many images work on the day.

Of course ther are a number of ‘posed’ photos that I take and I have more control over these but in the same way they live or die by the subject, their chemistry and relaxed nature in front of my camera. We may get a bit lucky with the light as well and in Wales … we may even have sun and have it at the right height and direction at the right time!

So the photos shown (before and after) have a level of planning and luck in equal measures. These were the last photos of a wedding and I had finished shooting the couple who were happily persauded to have a few more photos when the rain started to fall. I was then lucky in my positioning as the smoke from the fires was drifting across in front and behind of the couple nicely. I was lucky to get rain but then I knew this was going to help make a great shot and also that with editing I could enhance it within Lightroom. I could have taken it into Photoshop but Lightroom can do a great job and photoshop can be an overly complicated tool to use for most photos.

This photo above was the straight out of camera and as you can see from the finish edit one of the main jobs was to crop it down to lose any unwanted distractions in the photo. It was then a case of doing a number of small adjustments after I initially laid my preset onto the photo. The preset is a saved batch of adjustments that I use for a set of photographs. They are usually named after a previous bride and this preset was called ‘Harriet’ (named after a bride from November 2021) and it works well on Autumn days and has a brown and black texture.

The rest of the adjustments we just tweaking but lots of work was done with my ‘brush tool’ to bring out the smoke and make it denser and pop in the photo. This also helped accent the rain and give the effect of stars in the sky. My wife first saw it in camera and thought it looked like they were in space so I tried to hint at that without being too literal or make the photo look fake.

All in all I love this photo and acknowledge that in this, as with much of my work, that luck is required to get great images but I suppose that why I love shooting weddings because you have to work hard but you never quite know what you might capture.

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